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Daily Links: Ravens Riled by Renegade; Linderbaum Locks Down Steelers



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The Baltimore Ravens didn’t seem bothered by the playing of “Renegade” at Acrisure Stadium on Sunday, and

🏈 The Baltimore Ravens were not fazed by “Renegade” on Sunday in the fourth quarter. In fact, several players on the sideline welcomed it by waving their white sweat towels as the song played. According to Steelers Now’s Ed Thompson, following the game, as the Ravens players were walking down the hallway to the bus; they were still singing “oh mama…” and parts of Renegade.

🏈 Rookie center Tyler Linderbaum was the highest-graded Raven by Pro Football Focus from Sunday’s win. Linderbaum’s 91.3 grade was a career-high and the highest among all offensive lineman in Week 14. Linderbaum chipped Cam Heyward and then sealed Devin Bush to create a lane for J.K. Dobbins on this 44-yard run.

🏈 Greg Gumbel, Adam Archuleta and A.J. Ross will call the Steelers-Panthers game for CBS on Sunday.

🏈 Chris Simms of NBC Sports ripped Mitch Trubisky for his performance against Baltimore.

🏈 In the latest Footbahlin podcast episode, Ben Roethlisberger and Spence Te’o sit down to sample Christmas beers after the Steelers’ Week 14 loss to the Ravens. Along the way, Roethlisberger gives his insight on some of the league’s top stories.

🏈 T.J. Watt’s sack on Sunday ended a streak of four straight games without a full sack. That was the longest stretch of games that Watt has gone in his career without a full sack. Watt is banged-up with several injuries right now and it’s been noticeable in his play.

🏈 Former Pittsburgh Steelers defensive lineman Isaiah Buggs had a nice play on a forced fumble for the Detroit Lions on Sunday.


Mike Tomlin will speak to the media at noon. — Alan Saunders


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